About their podcast, Oscar and Kiya explain, “this podcast focuses on building and amplifying the strategies we teach in our book Confessions: The Truth About Perfect Timing: a Couples Guide to Reaching Everything You Desire in Life. The topics included in this book address head-on – how to get around losing a job, to real-life accounts of almost losing everything. The Frazier’s explain, “This book will drive you to find that burning desire to be better; do more; all while getting closer to your spouse/partner along the way. In this book, you will find honest discussions, reflections, and tools that address the burning questions you have deep inside. If you’re dissatisfied with your life, job, your career, this is the book for you. If you wake up each morning yearning for something more, this book is for you.”
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Oscar and Kiya continued, “The Couple-preneurs Show strives to help couples in business develop structure and strategies that nurture the balance between business and home. Being in business with your significant other includes the good, the bad, and the ugly. Not all couples in business thrive from working together. Working closely together is a dream that grows from love and enthusiasm. We look forward to inspiring spouses/couples to support each other in their dreams and aspirations. We genuinely feel that the podcast episodes that we bring you will teach the Secret Sauce of Power Couples to help in navigating marriage & business to develop structure and strategies that nurture the balance between business and home.”
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About The Couple-preneurs Show:
Every year, millions of couples take on the challenge of starting and building a business together. For some, it is the best decision they ever made. However, not every couple has this experience. Working together can present stress that not every couple is prepared to handle. Unfortunately, that stress can translate into trouble for the relationship or the business – or even both.
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